Would people out there be interested in taking classical music-oriented trips to Europe? I'm talking about a series of concerts in one or several cities over a week to two weeks, with daytime activities that relate to the music and composers or musical history of the city somehow...walking in the footsteps of the composers, eating where they ate, seeing what they saw, visiting their residences. While no one would need a music degree to enjoy this sort of excursion, it would be for serious classical music lovers, ie, no Strauss Waltzes and Vivaldi chestnuts performed by people in wigs and coattails. Visits to old instrument museums, lectures, meeting the artists up close, Q&A sessions, etc. Would this be interesting to people or is it too "geeky"?
Would love to hear feedback.